Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu advocated for stablecoin technical standards today during an event focused on artificial intelligence and the economy.
As the Federal Reserve continues to consider which entities may become eligible for access to its payments systems, ABA and a coalition of trade groups called for the Fed to clarify how it will address problems of institutions with novel charters—such as state-chartered non-depository banks and crypto firms—seeking access.
The American Bankers Association Foundation and the Federal Trade Commission released an infographic with information to help consumers protect themselves when using mobile payment apps and services.
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Chair of the Financial Stability Board sent a letter to G20 finance ministers and central bank governors addressing financial stability issues caused by the invasion of Ukraine.
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Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu called for establishing an “intentional architecture” for stablecoins that would focus on “stability, interoperability and separability,” and also take into account privacy, security and the need to prevent illicit finance.